Ranchi: Preparations for the 24th Foundation Day of Jharkhand are in full swing. On November 15, Chief Minister Hemant Soren will not only inaugurate the third phase of the Aapki Yojana-Aapki Sarkar, Aapke Dwar program, but will also inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of schemes worth crores of rupees of various departments on a large scale.
Many important schemes will also be launched in the Foundation Day celebrations. The outline of the schemes for which the inaugural foundation stone is to be laid has been prepared.
On this occasion, Governor CP Radhakrishnan, CM Hemant Soren and other ministers can hand over offer letters to more than 10 thousand youth in the employment fair-cum-appointment letter distribution program organized by the Labor Department.
On the occasion, distribution of prize money among the players, transfer of funds through DBT among the beneficiary girl students of Savitribai Phule Kishori Samriddhi Yojana and distribution of assets among the beneficiaries will be done.
Jharkhand Export Policy, Jharkhand MSME Policy, Jharkhand Startup Policy and Jharkhand IT Data and BPO Promotion Policy will be launched by the Chief Minister in the Foundation Day function.
Apart from this, Abua Awas Yojana and Mukhyamantri Gram Gaadi Yojana will also be launched. – The third phase of your scheme, your government at your door program will be launched. Which will run from 15th November to 29th December. The state government will sign an MoU with Azim Premji University.
Azim Premji University will provide facilities ranging from technical education to medical, business in a single campus. This will be a different kind of university in itself. On November 15, the foundation stone of Apollo Multi Super Specialty Hospital Chennai will be laid in the Ranchi Smart City complex, where OPD will start in the first phase. Later a hospital with 250 beds will be built.
On the occasion of Foundation Day, an exhibition of various welfare schemes of the government will also be organized in Ranchi. There will also be a facility to provide on-spot benefits to the beneficiaries. Exhibitions will also be organized in the districts.
The Food Supply Department is also preparing to start the pulse distribution scheme for the poor from November 15. Before this, the process of MoU with NAFED will be completed.
The state government has planned to distribute one kg of pulses at the subsidized rate of Re 1 per family per month to about 65 lakh beneficiaries related to the National Food Security Act 2013 and Jharkhand State Food Security Scheme.